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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Volume
Level: Grade 11
Standards: HSG-GMD.A.3, HSG-MG.A.2
Author: nsharp1
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Grade 11 Volume CCSS: HSG-GMD.A.3, HSG-MG.A.2

A gold statute is on a platform that has a security device which measures the mass of the statute. If the mass is greater or less than that of the statute, an alarm goes off. The statute can roughly be divided into two parts: a sphere with a diameter of 12 cm, and a cylinder with a diameter of 4 cm and height of 9 cm. The density of gold is [math]19.32 \ "g"//"cm"^3[/math]. If one were to try and take the statute without the alarm going off by quickly replacing it with a bag of sand, how much sand would be needed, rounded to the nearest tenth of a liter? The density of dry sand is [math]1.63 \ "g"//"cm"^3[/math] and [math]1 \ "ml" = 1 \ "cm"^3[/math].
  1. 1.0 L
  2. 3.1 L
  3. 11.4 L
  4. 12.1 L
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